WACKER POLYSILICON North America presented a check to Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland in support of the completion of Ruby Vaughn’s home.
Vaughn is currently working two jobs to care for her son and four grandchildren. After a debilitating car accident, her son was disabled and unable to work. Vaughn began caring for him and his children. They currently live in an overcrowded apartment with her son sleeping in the living room.
“I'm looking forward to a home large enough for our family that is affordable. I can't wait for my grandkids to have a yard to play in and for my son to have a bedroom,” said Ruby.
WACKER POLYSILICON North America is a global leader in the production of hyperpure polycrystalline silicon. Polysilicon is the key material in the solar and semiconductor industries. WACKER POLYSILICON North America also partnered with Habitat of Cleveland this year to purchase a ReStore truck.
“Habitat for Humanity works in many ways to support families in this community who are in need of a place to call home,” said Mary Beth Hudson, vice president and site manager of WACKER POLYSILICON North America. “We are proud to support the great work they do in Bradley County, and look forward to future opportunities to grow our partnership.”
Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland seeks to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build and repair homes, communities and hope.